Women and Girls Network currently have the following job opportunities: Community Development Officer, Finance Officer, Gateway Coordinator and Honorary Counsellor (voluntary).
Community development is core to PDT, and we seek to be at the forefront of good practice in widening and deepening community empowerment and cohesion within our work. In this context the postholder will have lead responsibility for developing and delivering the work of the Church Street and Westbourne and neighbourhood forums and for enabling residents to participate in the development of their local neighbourhood plans.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Family Support Team Leader (Befriending) to join the Family Lives Westminster team and to manage, develop and provide high quality, flexible services to parents, carers and their children (4-11 years and their siblings).
Women and Girls Network is currently recruiting for a Training Administrator and a Young Women’s Service Administrator. Both roles are part time with application deadline by the 29th July.
Would you like to work as a Caseworker for Medical Justice assisting immigration detainees? Come and work with Medical Justice, a small and dynamic team that builds on casework to produce research that is used to challenge systemic failures in healthcare provision in immigration detention.
Imperial College is currently recruiting to create a young people’s group to inform research across Imperial College. We are interested in 17 to 25 year olds living or working in North/West London and in particular those who haven’t been involved in research before (training will be provided) and as diverse a group as possible.
The Dalgarno Trust is a dynamic charity actively working in partnership with the local community as well as the statutory bodies, private sector and voluntary organisations to improve lives in North Kensington. We would like to recruit Trustees who can help us continue our work.
Paddington Development Trust is looking for outstanding volunteers who are passionate about supporting people at risk of Type 2 Diabetes to join their team of Diabetes Champions. This is a very interesting role that will give volunteers a chance to make a real difference to lives of people in their community.
Help improve mental health services in K&C and Westminster. Join a team of experts by experience that evaluate local mental health services and recommend positive changes, based on the views and experiences of local service users.
Carers Network is looking for volunteers to provide regular telephone contact to unpaid carers or former carers who are looking after someone in the last years of their life. This will involve providing, through telephone contacts, conversation and companionship to an unpaid carer on a regular basis.
Henna Asian Women's Group are currently seeking to fill the following volunteer opportunities: Befrienders, Administratior and Learning and ESOL support roles. Please read on for more information and contact details to apply.
Are you a good listener? Would you like to help people and develop new skills by volunteering in your community? The Motor Neurone Disease Association is looking for volunteers to take part in a new project in London - Carers’ Champions
Thrive Tribe currently have a couple of vacancies across local West London services; particularly stakeholder relationship and service promotion work.
Paddington Development Trust are looking for an outstanding volunteer coordinator who is passionate about health and wellbeing to lead their Community and Maternity Champions project.
WGN have a number of opportunities that they are currently recruiting for
LEGS Physiotherapy are looking to recruit a self-employed, part time (4 hours a week, term time only) experienced fundraiser
Various positions advertised for Guys & St Thomas, London Sport, London Funders, London Community Foundation, City Bridge trust, NPC & more.
Community Living Well – Mother Tongue Counselling (Arabic & Farsi) have a vacancy for a Part Time (3 Days per week) Arabic Speaking Counsellor position as part of the Mother Tongue Counselling Service provided by Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster Mind.
An exciting opportunity for mental health service users and carers to shape London mental health services. The Advocacy Project are working with NHS England and the Healthy London Partnership to recruit people with experience of mental health issues (either as individuals or carers) to shape and influence a London-wide mental health programme called the Adult Mental Health Transformation Programme.
Bowel Cancer UK are looking for people across London and the UK to become Community Champions- to help raise awareness of bowel cancer in their local communities. If you are passionate about reducing the risk of cancer in your community, why not become one of our Champions and give short talks about the bowel cancer to groups around you who need this information.